- The Criminal Code of 1996 and the Federal Law on Combating Corruption of 2008, together with numerous accompanying regulatory acts, are the principal laws criminalizing public and private corruption in Russia.
- The Civil Code, the Code of Administrative Offenses, and numerous other laws also provide for preventative measures and civil liability for corruption-related offenses.
- In addition to the anti-corruption laws, the Federal Law on the Prevention of Laundering of the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Financing of 2001 provides for a framework of AML compliance regulations.
- The Investigative Committee
- The Police (part of the Ministry of the Interior)
- Federal Security Service
- Office of the Prosecution General
- The Ministry of Justice
- The Federal Customs Service
- Federal Service for Financial Monitoring
- The President’s Council on Counteracting Corruption
- OECD profile page for Russia
- OECD Working Group on Bribery page for Russia
- Russia is ready for its Phase 3 evaluation once it fulfills high-priority recommendation
- Q&A in relation to bribery offences in Russia
- Ukraine-/Russia-related Sanctions
- U.S. Sanctions on Russia: An Overview
- Transparency International – Russia
- UK Sanctions Post-Brexit
- Key Takeaways from the first Unilateral Controls Issued Pursuant to the Export Control Reform Act
- Ericsson to Pay Over $1 billion to Settle FCPA Bribery Violations with DOJ and SEC
- Podcast: CFIUS: Recent Regulatory Developments
- Catnip for Whistleblowers: The Status of SOX Whistleblower Protections in FCPA Cases